According to the report from officials, a police officer has been involved in a car accident on North Ocean Boulevard.
It was confirmed in a report that the crash happened when the officer ran over debris with his patrol motorcycle. The accident occurred along North Ocean Boulevard near the Northeast 27th Street intersection.
The officer attempted to stop a vehicle near Northeast 27th Street intersection when the accident occurred, authorities said. While trying to pull the vehicle over, his motorcycle ran over debris in the roadway causing the officer to lose control.
The report says eyewitnesses claimed the officer was thrown from the motorcycle after the crash. According to the report, emergency crews took him to a nearby hospital to be treated for serious but non-life-threatening injuries. The details of the injuries sustained and the identity of the officer has not been made public.
The northbound lane of North Ocean Boulevard was closed while they responded to the crash, report says. The road was later reopened after the motorcycle and the debris were cleared from the road.
Comment from Anidjar and Levine:
Glen Levine, from the Law Firm of Anidjar and Levine, comments on this crash. “This is an unfortunate accident involving a police officer on duty on along North Ocean Boulevard. Generally, motorcycle accidents tend to lead to more injuries then automobile crashes. After an accident victims and their families should seek council quickly. Although nothing can undo the pain and suffering that victims go through after an accident like this, an experienced motorcycle accident attorney will help you fight to get the compensation you deserve.”
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